Wednesday, February 2, 2011

"Owl Always Love You" {Whatever Wednesday}

I was approached by Corinn Rocker a couple of weeks ago, asking me if I would like to be apart of a Valentine Shoot that she was putting together. I had worked with Corinn in the past and we really connected style wise, so I knew that this was an opportunity I couldn't pass up. I was sent a photo of the framed Owl print as inspiration and off I to speak. I created some mini gable boxes (which I showed you last Friday) as well as some of my new mini cupcake boxes. Check out what Corinn put together with the help of some amazing vendors and her friend, Allyson who is a photographer.


Is this set up adorable or what! I am in love with the color scheme, gray seems to make anything look a bit richer and it really makes all of that red POP! What is your favorite part of this shoot? Of course I love it all but I must say I am totally digging the owl and heart garland hanging from both sides of the large print. TOO CUTE!

I am so extremely blessed to have the opportunity to work with such talented people who love what they do as much as I do. Thank you so much Corinn for including me!

Check out Corinn's Facebook page and be on the look out for her new website which is coming SOON!! Don't forget to check out all of these fabulous vendors who were a part of this shoot, their products are amazing!

Thanks for stopping by today!


  1. Such a cute set-up...and I'm definitely still loving your grey gingham gable boxes!

  2. I love it all, especially your contribution ;) and the color palette is so fresh!

  3. LOVE this! The grey and red combo is fabulous.

  4. The grey-and-red motif is unexpected and so charming!

  5. Thanks Pamela for sharing our Valentine's Day shoot and for being a part of it! It's an honor!

  6. You are such a talented contributor to this photo shoot. I was glad to be a part of it (I designed the straw toppers at for fort&, but I'm even more glad to have discovered all these wonderful new blogs I hadn't seen before, of all the contributors! You do such lovely work!


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